Rebuild by Emma Wilson ~ Review by Brandilyn

Another sweet addition to the Mended Daily Dose collection.

Rebuild_LG (1)Title: Rebuild

Author: Emma Wilson

PublisherDreamspinner Press

My Rating: 3.75 of 5 stars

Cover Artist: Catt Ford

From the Publisher:

After a traumatic car accident and subsequent break-up with Dylan, his overly entitled boyfriend, Sam returns to his hometown to recover from his injuries. He rents space in Alex’s garage to work on his car. Alex acts on a long ago crush and offers his aid to Sam once he sees how much help Sam needs. Sam’s decision to rebuild the old Mustang instead of scrapping it might lead to rebuilding his life and finding a love he thought impossible after Dylan’s betrayal.

My View

Sam and Alex make an interesting and sweet couple.  Alex just wants to be helpful and Sam just wants to be left alone.  Of course that isn’t allowed to happen. There is a lot of back story between them that we never really fully understand, but we do get a good idea about Sam’s back story.  I would just liked to have known a little more about Alex and this crush he had been harboring for so long.  In the end though, for the length, the story was well written and enjoyable.

Buy Links:

Dreamspinner Press
Amazon US
Amazon UK
All Romance eBooks

I would like to thank Dreamspinner for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.


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